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Stockholm Open Prize Money

2022 Breakdown & Historicals

By Jon Crim
Image Credit: Stockholm Open

Founded in 1969, the Stockholm Open is the oldest indoor ATP tournament. It takes place annually at the Kungliga Tennishallen, which translates to the Royal Tennis Hall, a stadium built in 1943.

Throughout its long history, six different Swedish players have captured the title a total of ten times, with the first being Bjorn Borg in 1980 and the last being Thomas Johansson in 2004.

The Stockholm Open hosts a 28-player singles and 16-team doubles draw on hard courts, but it’s worth noting the tournament initially ran on carpet before making the switch.

For 2022, the Stockholm Open’s total prize money is €648,130, which translates to $638,048 and £561,896. It’s not the highest offered in its history, but it’s the biggest purse since 2008, with a marginal 2% increase over last year’s prize money.

The singles champion will take home €98,580, the most of any player at the tournament, while the runner-up will pocket €57,505. Both figures are nearly flat year over year as the early rounds are where organizers decided to focus their increases. For example, round one of qualifying sees a 14% increase in prize money this year.

In doubles, the pair who wins the tournament will split a check for €34,250, and the runner-ups will earn €18,320. That’s just north of a 1% increase for the champs and shy of that for their opponents.

The remainder of this guide provides a detailed overview and complete breakdown of the Stockholm Open’s prize money and historical data for reference and quick comparison. Currency conversions from euros to US dollars and sterling pounds are available for quick reference.

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2022 Full Breakdown

The singles tournament at the Stockholm Open has a bigger draw, so roughly 80% of prize money funds that event, while the remaining 20% goes to doubles.

Beyond that high-level split in prize money, player earnings also vary drastically by round, with competitors earning more the further they progress. For example, the winning doubles pair will make nearly ten times as much as a team who loses in the tournament’s first round.

The following tables provide a complete breakdown by year, and you can scroll left to right to view historical numbers. I’ve also converted prize money to US dollars and sterling pounds, which I calculate using the prior year’s exchange rate on the day of the final for a close approximation of value.

Singles

Euro

Euro20222021202020192018201720162015201420132012201120102009200820072006
Winner€98,580€98,030€109,590€109,310€105,045€100,800€97,700€94,500€95,700€87,870€96,800€95,845€93,000€115,500€96,000€96,000
Runner-up€57,505€57,595€59,255€57,570€55,325€53,085€51,450€49,770€50,400€46,280€50,900€50,500€49,000€62,400€56,500€56,500
Semifinal€33,805€33,950€32,730€31,185€29,970€28,755€27,870€26,960€27,300€25,070€27,600€27,300€26,000€34,660€33,200€33,200
Quarterfinal€19,595€19,400€18,590€17,770€17,075€16,380€15,880€15,360€15,550€14,280€15,730€15,630€15,000€19,340€19,550€19,550
Round 2€11,375€11,230€10,695€10,470€10,060€9,650€9,360€9,050€9,165€8,415€9,265€9,180€8,550€11,300€11,500€11,500
Round 1€6,950€6,565€6,405€6,200€5,960€5,720€5,540€5,360€5,430€4,985€5,500€5,440€5,175€6,600€6,755€6,755
Qualies Round 2€3,475€3,205€3,100€2,790€2,680€2,575€900€865€875€805€885€850€450€785€725€725
Qualies Roud 1€1,895€1,665€1,550€1,400€1,340€1,290€430€415€420€385€425€405€225€445€425€425

US Dollar

US Dollar20222021202020192018201720162015201420132012201120102009200820072006
Winner$85,220$113,808$120,770$120,462$115,762$111,084$107,667$104,141$105,463$96,834$106,676$105,623$102,488$127,283$105,794$105,794
Runner-up$49,712$66,865$65,300$63,443$60,969$58,501$56,699$54,848$55,542$51,001$56,093$55,652$53,999$68,766$62,264$62,264
Semifinal$29,224$39,414$36,069$34,366$33,028$31,689$30,713$29,710$30,085$27,628$30,416$30,085$28,653$38,196$36,587$36,587
Quarterfinal$16,939$22,522$20,487$19,583$18,817$18,051$17,500$16,927$17,136$15,737$17,335$17,225$16,530$21,313$21,544$21,544
Round 2$9,833$13,037$11,786$11,538$11,086$10,634$10,315$9,973$10,100$9,273$10,210$10,117$9,422$12,453$12,673$12,673
Round 1$6,008$7,622$7,058$6,833$6,568$6,304$6,105$5,907$5,984$5,494$6,061$5,995$5,703$7,273$7,444$7,444
Qualies Round 2$3,004$3,721$3,416$3,075$2,953$2,838$992$953$964$887$975$937$496$865$799$799
Qualies Roud 1$1,638$1,933$1,708$1,543$1,477$1,422$474$457$463$424$468$446$248$490$468$468

British Sterling Pound

Sterling Pound20222021202020192018201720162015201420132012201120102009200820072006
Winner£96,138£83,168£98,798£98,545£94,700£90,873£88,079£85,194£86,276£79,217£87,267£86,406£83,842£104,126£86,546£86,546
Runner-up£56,080£48,863£53,420£51,901£49,877£47,857£46,383£44,869£45,437£41,722£45,887£45,527£44,175£56,255£50,936£50,936
Semifinal£32,967£28,803£29,507£28,114£27,019£25,923£25,125£24,305£24,612£22,601£24,882£24,612£23,440£31,247£29,931£29,931
Quarterfinal£19,110£16,459£16,759£16,020£15,393£14,767£14,316£13,847£14,019£12,874£14,181£14,091£13,523£17,435£17,625£17,625
Round 2£11,093£9,527£9,642£9,439£9,069£8,700£8,438£8,159£8,262£7,586£8,353£8,276£7,708£10,187£10,368£10,368
Round 1£6,778£5,570£5,774£5,589£5,373£5,157£4,994£4,832£4,895£4,494£4,958£4,904£4,665£5,950£6,090£6,090
Qualies Round 2£3,389£2,719£2,795£2,515£2,416£2,321£811£780£789£726£798£766£406£708£654£654
Qualies Roud 1£1,848£1,413£1,397£1,262£1,208£1,163£388£374£379£347£383£365£203£401£383£383

Doubles (Per Pair)

2022EuroUS DollarSterling Pound
Winner€34,250$33,396£29,612
Runner-up€18,320$17,863£15,839
Semifinal€10,750$10,482£9,294
Quarterfinal€6,000$5,850£5,188
Round 1€3,540$3,452£3,061

Prize Money by Year

Tournament organizers at the Stockholm Open evaluate prize money on an annual basis. Some years it goes up, and in others, it drops, which is heavily influenced by the tournament’s success in the prior year.

Everything from ticket sales to sponsorships, merchandise, and concessions influences a tournament’s revenue, subsequently impacting available funds for prize money.

The following table outlines the yearly prize money for the Stockholm Open since 2000, when prize money was higher. Compared to 2022, the tournament’s total prize money has dropped 16% or $126,870.

YearStockholm Open Total Prize Money% Change
2022€648,1302%
2021€635,7500%
2020Not Played
2019€635,7504%
2018€612,7554%
2017€589,1854%
2016€566,5255%
2015€537,0503%
2014€521,405-2%
2013€530,1659%
2012€486,750-8%
2011€531,0000%
2010€531,0000%
2009€531,000-23%
2008€692,000-11%
2007€775,0000%
2006€775,0000%
2005€775,00024%
2004€625,0000%
2003€625,0000%
2002€625,000-19%
2001€775,0000%
2000€775,000

Please note that all data is in euros.

FAQs

Here are a few frequently asked questions from fans and attendees about the Stockholm Open’s prize money.

How much does the winner earn at the Stockholm Open?

For 2022, the ATP winner at the Stockholm Open will take home €98,580, which translates to $97,174 and £85,814.

How much does the runner-up earn at the Stockholm Open?

For 2022, the ATP runner-up at the Stockholm Open will take home €57,505, which translates to $56,685 and £50,067.

Is the Stockholm Open’s prize money taxed?

Yes. The Swedish government taxes all player earnings at the Stockholm Open, reaching as high as 52%.

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